Book reviews

@article{Stver2004BookR,
  title={Book reviews},
  author={Brigitte St{\"o}ver and K. D. Ebel},
  journal={Pediatric Radiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={246-247}
}
To the Editor: The reason why the term camptomelic dysplasia (and not campomelic) was used in a recent article [1] is detailed below. The Greek root kamp ('bend') survives in two forms: (1) kampto from kamp 4-tos, representing the verbal adjective kamptrs ('flexible'); this form kampto was revived in the medical terminology of Greece in words such as kamptodaktylia (deformation of the fingers through arthritis) and kamptokormia/kamptorraehia (spinal curvature). (2) kamp-, in the noun kampb… 
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The global countryside: peasant women negotiating, recalibrating and resisting rural change in Colombia
Abstract This article utilises a gender lens to consider the notion of the ‘global countryside’ through a case study with four peasant Colombian women living in the mountain town of Toca, Boyacá. In

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